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Frostbite is here!

Frostbite is here!

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent Harrison’s eighth annual Frostbite Winter Festival with a “Rock & Roll” theme is underway next weekend and guaranteed to put some winter fun into your…

Farwell Council fires Conlay, will investigate charges

Farwell Council fires Conlay, will investigate charges

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A special meeting of the Farwell Village Council that started out with the quiet review of attorney opinions about a list of concerns and charges made…

Residents oppose Garfield’s proposed blight ordinance

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent Garfield Township small business owner Gary Hendershot is rallying opposition for a proposed ordinance intended to rid the township of dilapidated and unoccupied structures deemed as…

Chemical Bank to close Harrison, Rosebush branches

Chemical Bank to close  Harrison, Rosebush branches

By Pat Maurer Rumours that Chemical Bank will be closing branches in Harrison and Farwell are not true, said John Hatfield, First Vice President of Marketing in Midland. The two…

Thrush, Wright arrested for meth lab, larceny

Thrush, Wright arrested for meth lab, larceny

Two Clare County men, Dustin Carrol-Roy Thrush, 23, of Farwell and Collin Jay Wright, 48, of Lake were arrested last Sunday morning after Isabella County Deputies, serving a search warrant…

MP to host top snowmobile racers February 19th & 20th

MP to host top snowmobile racers February 19th & 20th

By Steve Landon Photos by Steve Landon In recent years snowmobile race fans in Central Michigan have enjoyed the aerial artistry of professional snow-cross racing. Now thanks to former enduro…

Sims arrested for assault

Sims arrested for assault

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A Mt. Pleasant man was arrested by Isabella County Sheriff’s Deputies for operating a vehicle without a license last week while troopers from the Michigan State…

Conflict between clerk and council boils over

By Pat Maurer Correspondent An 11-item lengthy list of concerns about, and allegations against, some employees, former employees, council members and even the Village President will now go the Village…

Garfield blight ordinance causes firestorm at township meeting

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent A proposed ordinance intended to clean up abandoned and other unsafe properties in Garfield Township created a firestorm Jan. 25 when residents suspected an attempt at…

Deadline to vote in Primary is Monday

Deadline to vote in Primary is Monday

By Pat Maurer Correspondent There’s only a couple of days left to register to vote in the March eighth primary in Michigan. If you are not already registered, you can…